Women's police stations offer practical solution to prevent violence against women

QUT criminologist Professor Kerry Carrington says the time is now for practical action to eradicate gender-based violence and sexual assault against women and men.

QUT takes action on sustainability

QUT has appointed Professor Kerrie Wilson as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Sustainability Strategy) to provide whole-of-university academic leadership of sustainability initiatives.

Open market internships – are they worth it?

With intense competition for graduate jobs, internships have emerged as a common practice amongst students and graduates to gain work experience and increase employment prospects.

Debbie Kilroy OAM among QUT Outstanding Alumni Award winners

Debbie Kilroy OAM is QUT 2020 Special Excellence Award winner and also the QUT Faculty of Law Outstanding Alumni Award winner.

Banks have key role in preventing elder financial abuse

Social isolation of vulnerable older people, financial pressure from the COVID-19 pandemic and “inheritance entitlement” have created a perfect storm for increased incidences of elder financial abuse. 

New follow-up models to bring cancer care closer to home

Thousands of cancer survivors could benefit from a new model of shared follow-up care delivered by specialist cancer care nurses, GPs, and cancer specialists incorporating telehealth sessions being implemented under a five-year $1.5 million NHMRC Investigator Grant.